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Best New Books on Irish Politics 2006


Victoria

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Well to be honest there were not too many and the only ones I found at all were the follwoing;

Accountability in Irish Parliamentary Politics. Muiris MacCarthaigh

Breaking the Mould: Progressive Democrats Changed Irish Politics Stephen Collins

Party Time, Gorwoing up in Politics, Johnny Fallon

Anyone else read anything worthwhile on Irish politics this year?
 

green

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No question.



A rollercoaster ride, full of chills, thrills, spills and frills. Hurry and buy now, while stocks last.
 

rover

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Victoria said:
Breaking the Mould: Progressive Democrats Changed Irish Politics Stephen Collins
i object to the inclusion of this load of fawning dross
 

Bea C

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Sorry.

Just a thread from boom time.

No mention of impending bust.
I've found books from around then about 'banking disasters'.
 

Ren84

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Sorry.

Just a thread from boom time.

No mention of impending bust.
Some were warning of an impending downturn. Cochrane even had a thread about a possible downturn in the Irish economy dated back in 2006.
 

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Socratus O' Pericles

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Threads never ran to more than 3 pages in the golden era.:shock2:
 

Carlos Danger

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Threads never ran to more than 3 pages in the golden era.:shock2:
Never needed to. Any issue raised was generally and roundly reasoned out by the end of the first page. The following two pages were more of a round of applause than anything else.
 
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